This pattern is one of our favorites and not something you see too often. We were fishing the Davidson a few years back and one of the locals said "cream midge" and we were like huh? So after some research and some liberties, we found our version that works really well year around. Dress this up with some Gink and we usually drop it about 12" to 14" behind our main dry fly and the results can be quite impressive when the trout are looking for the little bugs.
Tied in sizes #18 and #20 only. These seem to generate the best results especially the #18.